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    • Hyde Park Post Office Mural: Sturgeon Fishing on the Hudson, 1870

    • Hyde Park (Dutchess County, N.Y. : Town)--History--Pictorial works; Hyde Park (Dutchess County, N.Y.)--Buildings, structures, etc;
    • Hyde Park Post Office Mural Panel 15. "1870-- William Meier (head of Hyde Park's caviar industry) pulls up an oversized sturgeon helped by Abe Atkins [an African American veteran who had fought in the Civil War as a member of Co. G of the 20th...
    • St. James Church, Goshen, N.Y.

    • Postcards; Churches; Episcopal churches; Protestant churches;
    • Ivy-colored stone building with shed. Messages states "Wish you could see this pretty litle [sic] church - it is litterally covered with beautiful ivy. Hoping this will find you - did not remember your St. No. your friend - Mrs. D. R. Parliman."...
    • St. James Episcopal Church. Goshen, N. Y.

    • Postcards; Episcopal churches; Churches; Protestant churches; People; Religion;
    • Ivy colored stone building with shed and houses surrounding. Woman standing in bottom right corner. Text on the front says "Having a swell time at the ol' Maids' Convention - Lillian + Anna." It is addressed to "Mrs. Rolanch Oliver 122 Linden Ave....
    • Henry Vorrath's Hudson River Hotel

    • Hotels; People; Men; Women; Porches; Balconies;
    • Black and white photograph showing Hnery Vorrath's River Hotel, which was located at Rockland Lake, NY. The hotel is a large white building with many windows. There is a porch and balcony on the front of the building. There are four people...
    • Unidentified house in winter

    • Building; Dwellings; Houses; Gables; Chimneys; Shutters; Clapboard siding; Dormers; Snow; Trees; Grilles; Porches; Stairways; Lantern slides;
    • Side view of unidentified white clapboard house with covered front porch, dormer windows. House features one single chimney and two additional chimneys with double stacks. Unpainted shed addition at back of house. Ivy is growing up the side of...
    • Unidentified stone house with ivy

    • Dwellings; houses; building; trees; gambrel roofs; chimneys; porches; trellises; stone buildings; Trees; flowers; shrubs; outbuildings; fences; grasses; Lantern slides; Clapboard siding;
    • Side/front view of unidentified 2-story stone house with gambrel roof. Parts of the stone are covered with ivy. Two chimneys visible. Full-length front porch with roof and turned posts. Shed addition on left end of building. Fences and...
    • Unidentified house 2

    • Dwellings; houses; buildings; stone buildings; chimneys; balustrades; railings; stairways; shutters; windows; doors & doorways; trees; shrubs; Brickwork;
    • Front view of unidentified house 2. Front features whitewashed stone. Side of house is clad in clapboard siding. Shed addition visible at back of house. House features one chimney. Porch spans entire front of house with stairs to ground...
    • Henry Gourdine - SEGMENT 1: Crabbing

    • Crabs; Nets;
    • Starts in middle of talking. No intro. Crabbing in present. Crab shedding description. Netting crab by walking through shallow areas where they shed. Knitting crab net. Talk about current eye problems. Health of ocean crabs v. Hudson River crabs....
    • New Paltz Academy Stereograph

    • Schools; Stereographs
    • A stereographic view of the New Paltz Academy with the Wallkill River in the foreground. Several people are sitting and standing on the banks. A stone fence surrounds the Academy with a small shed on the far right side. All the trees are bare of...
    • Bungalow

    • Photographs; Bungalows;
    • A Scenic Hudson photo of the Bungalow, which was originally built in the 1890s as Conklin's boat building shed and later converted to a house in the early 1900s.
    • Garnerville hog slaughter

    • Swine; Slaughtering; Pails; Country life; Photographs;
    • Seven women, four men, five children and a baby pose near slaughtered headless pig carcasses. The woman on the far left of the photograph is holding a hatchet. The five carcasses are eviscerated and hanging from trusses. two wooden buckets are on...
    • Railroad line and industry

    • Photographs; Railroads; Railroad tracks; Utility poles; Waterfronts; Rivers;
    • Railroad tracks lined by telephone poles are in the foreground of the photograph. Beyond the rail lines, Haverstraw industry, buildings and houses are visible on the Hudson River Shoreline. The photograph is creased and taped from the top to the...

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